Actuarial Statistics

Actuarial Statistics

A general term for the data used by actuaries in evaluating the risks of morbidity and mortality in particular groups, and projecting future financial liabilities of insurance policies and pensions.
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Mike Highfield's real estate finance program at Mississippi State is an achievement, with prospective students having survived such core business courses as upper level economics, fundamentals of accounting, actuarial statistics and other courses relating to the fundamentals of business.
This has resulted in pricing overhauls in several markets, including the music industry s shift from albums to per-song pricing; telecom s move from per-minute to per-second billing, and the auto insurance industry s Pay-as-You-Drive (PAYD) performance-based pricing as an alternative to monthly premiums based solely on actuarial statistics. The Asigra Recovery License Model gives organizations the option of selecting a fair pricing model based on how little they recover.
For example, the lawyer might ask: "Don't your so-called actuarial statistics come from the violent behavior of persons other than Mr.
NBCCF hopes to show policymakers in a very concrete way why health care access is more than the faceless abstraction of actuarial statistics. "We're making it personal," says Morris.